It totally reminds me of a re-hash of IE, common. IE? What a flaw. I haven't opened that since version 6 or 7. No thanks. Not interested in riding the malware express. Doesn't matter what you use to surf these days (Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, Maxthon) all are vastly superior to IE & EDGE and always will be, and if you want to be smart on your system I recommend anyone not use it.
I love me some Waterfox (x64 FF) but Chrome x64 BETA is hella fast too, and is right up there neck and neck, in some cases superior then FF but I like the complete customization in what FF has to offer. It even has skins to make it look like IE for those that are scared to leave IE (which I don't know why, lol). If EGDE wasn't tied into the O/S I'd delete that garbage in a heartbeat.
What's the most important part of accessing the WWW (well to be able to f-ing surf). Netscape FTW!
(Remember, even I praise Windows 10's speed, especially on older PCs, and I hate the product)
There a few things to remember in this debate:
(1) IE started it all, and many of us grew up with IE as the ONLY browser available.
(2) Many large corporates in my area of the world, standardised on IE as the only way to access the intranet as well as internal systems, so even if you wanted to, you could not, not use IE.
(3) I tried virtually every browser that popped out of the woodwork, but if it did not make a real difference to my daily working it was discarded.
(4) Edge 13, is actually a very good browser. Its ratings in terms of compliance with "international standards" are fast catching up with others. The browser is fast, and real easy to use.
(5) Chrome upset me very quickly with all the hassles one had to customise it, so I have it as a back up only.
(6) IE remains a way to "test" how well a website has been written. IF a site works with IE, one can be pretty sure the code has been written properly. IE is not tolerant of badly written code.
If you are truly interested in trying to be objective about this matter, and get all emotional about the subject, have a look at this site for a fairly good assessment of browsers . https://html5test.com/compare/browser/index.html
Of course there are other "tests" available to use, and the above is not the only one, just one of the better ones.